字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Gravity may be the best big-budget space movie in history and should go down as one of the most groundbreaking, important films of all time. Audiences agree: it broke the record for biggest opening for a film in the month of October and is sitting on a 98% fresh rating on RottenTomatoes.com. Well-known director Alfonso Cuarón wrote the script for Gravity with his 30-year-old son Jonás, who is also an up-and-coming director himself. The film’s thrilling, roller-coaster feel is a direct result of this collaboration: “Jonás, according to his father, was easily bored and kept pushing his dad to move the action forward faster and let the audience connect to the characters through the action.” Without Jonás’ Generation Y impatience Gravity wouldn’t have been nearly as successful, and without Alfonso’s artistic vision - those breathtakingly long, single-shot sequences - the film wouldn’t have been nearly as realistic. Another aspect to the film was Warner Brothers’ trust in Cuarón - who delivered big-time for the studio with the $800 million Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban in 2004. Warner Bros allowed Gravity’s budget to soar to $100 million even though it wasn’t shown a single frame of the movie until 6 months after filming was done. Warner Bros. even gave Cuarón free reign to invent a whole new technology for shooting to mimic the effects of zero-gravity. This secretive, groundbreaking technique was the root of the film’s realism and will undoubtedly be used in cinema for years to come. Alfonso and Jonás have already pinpointed the idea they want to take on next and are currently in the beginning stages of the writing process. But, we will probably have to wait a few years to see it come to life as Jonás will begin filming his directorial debut in Baja in January. The thriller “Desierto” will feature Mexican star Gael Garcia Bernal.